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Dwell Home Tour
Dwell Home Tour
Dwell Iconic Homes Los Angeles
Dwell Iconic Homes Los Angeles
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Never Too Small
6m • This off-grid cabin is an escape from the high stress of busy work life.
Never Too Small - Bruny Island
5m • Aptly named Boneca Apartment (doll’s house in Portuguese) by the client, designed by architect Brad Swartz.
Never Too Small - Boneca Apartment
6m • In Sydney's Pyrmont, two neighbours have come together to replace their car spaces with identical 35sqm footprint one-bedroom tiny homes.
Never Too Small - Loft Houses
4m • Architect Ben Edwards created a 44m2 boomerang-shaped house using 3 shipping containers.
Never Too Small - House 28
5m • Architect team Alex Nielsen and Liz Walsh repurposed and upgraded an existing 1970s bed-sit apartment into a sleek yet functional micro-home
Never Too Small - The Bae
9m • The Plummery is a suburban home where a backyard permaculture garden measuring only 100sq/m (1076 sq feet) produces over 400kg/900 pounds of food.
Happen Films - Permaculture In the City
8m • At Mangarara, in New Zealand’s beautiful Hawke’s Bay, Greg Hart and his family are in the process of restoring 1500 acres of land.
Happen Films - Restoring Paradise
6m • Frank and Josje talk about why the supermarket system doesn’t work and how Community Supported Agriculture fits into a new story for food growing.
Happen Films - The Future of Food
13m • A tour of Limestone Permaculture Farm in New South Wales, Australia. Brett Cooper manages the 1-acre property as a productive farm.
Happen Films - Beautiful Permaculture Farm Tour
7m • Humanure composting is the ultimate in self-responsibility.
Happen Films - Closing the Loop
7m • Mark and Kate run a small CSA (community supported agriculture) offering veggie boxes to their local community.
Happen Films - Purple Pear Permaculture Farm Tour
12m • Creatures of Place is an insight into the wonderful world of Artist as Family: Meg Ulman, Patrick Jones, and their youngest son, Woody.
Happen Films - Creatures of Place
15m • Turning green-desert farmland into a productive and bountiful forest of food.
Happen Films - From Finance to Farmer
6m • In the small town of Oxford, New Zealand, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant veggie gardens.
Happen Films - Urban Abundance
5m • Agari Permaculture Farm, in Victoria, Australia, is a workshop space for natural building, permaculture, natural health, healing and more.
Happen Films - Agari Permaculture Farm
15m • One small family practicing urban sufficiency on 1/10th of an acre in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia
Happen Films - Degrowth in the Suburbs
4m • A community-building and food-growing initiative that began in 2012 in the USA and has taken root in many communities all over the world since then.
Happen Films - Food is Free Laneway
9m • Lauren, Oberon, and their kids have found ways to produce almost no rubbish – they’ve only filled one small jar of waste in two years!
Happen Films - Life With Less Waste
19m • In the small town of Riverton at the bottom of New Zealand’s South Island is Robert and Robyn Guyton’s amazing 23-year-old food forest.
Happen Films - An Invitation for Wildness
7m • Tom, Sarah, and their daughter Neesa live in a 20sqm off-grid tiny house on a property on the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand.
Happen Films - Living Simply in a Tiny Cabin
18m • This off-grid tiny house on wheels was built by Fred Schultz of Fred’s Tiny Houses in Victoria, Australia.
Happen Films - Amazing Tiny House on Wheels
12m • We take a tour of Adam and Sian’s beautiful off-grid tiny house truck, which was built using mostly reclaimed materials.
Happen Films - The Handmade House Truck
9m • A 10-square-metre mostly recycled tiny house with a lead-light geodesic dome window.
Happen Films - Recycled Materials Tiny House
5m • Meet Liam and Rachel, who built this cute 6.25-metre tiny house for just $420.
Happen Films - $420 Tiny House
3m • Perth emigre architect Iwan Iwanoff was most famous for his incredibly unique sculptural brutalist houses in the 1970s.
The Mid C - Schmidt-Lademann House
5m • Kate Borland visits Ellen and James in their organic modern masterpiece designed by Kate’s legendary architect father Kevin Borland.
The Mid C - McCaughey Koshland House
2m • Kate Borland chats to retired Adelaide architect Newel Platten.
The Mid C - Lee House
3m • Kate Borland chats to Mitta who owns this 1970s stunner tucked away in the Melbourne suburb of Kew.
The Mid C - Kew House
3m • Alison Alexander is the daughter of Ross Stahle from the renowned Modernist firm Mockridge Stahle Mitchell.
The Mid C - Grutzner House